Did You Know?
The screenplay is not a definitive stage in cinema and in film scriptwriting. If there is something that doesn't sound quite right on paper, it comes alive in practice and when the actors begin to speak; like some kind of incarnation. There's no narrative camera because of the basic structure. It's possible to improvise once we know what we're doing.
Serves as a master teacher of film at the Columbia University, the City College of New York, and the School of Visual Arts for a program called On Set With French Cinema (autumn 2003).